Full of very interesting items with a camera obscurer well worth seeing. The staff are very knowledgeable of the town and run the museum perfectly. Would recommend everyone to go and visit.
Went on a local's recommendation and what a surprise! Much larger inside than it looks from the outside. Beautiful and fascinating displays. Don't miss the camera obscura! What an amazing sight! It needs to be a clear day and not raining in order to view. Be prepared for a winding staircase up. It's well worth the exercise to reach the... 更多
Go to see the Camera Obscura - it's so fun! This whole museum is jam packed with fascinating stuff. I wished we had more time. Thank you to the staff for making our whistle stop to your museum so worth it.
First time visit to Dumfries we opted for the museum. Small but packed with interesting finds and local history on the area which was exactly what we hoped for. Staff were enthusiastically friendly.
We visited this magnificent attraction last week. 4 adults and 2 children aged 7 and 3. I was unsure how the children would react and thought that they may be bored, I couldn't have been more wrong! The way the guide explained how the camera worked was brilliant, she involved the children in the attraction and they really enjoyed the... 更多
This is the third year that we have visited Dumfries and Galloway but the first visit to this Museum. Entrance to the Museum is free and there is a small charge for a guided tour up to the Camera Obscura which is well worth paying. At 180 years old it is believed to be the oldest original one in the... 更多
Dumfries Museum is an old converted windmill hidden in the suburbs of the town. The museum alone has much to recommend it but tucked away in the top of the building is its famous 'camera obscura' a stunning piece of engineering that has been casting its eye over the town and countryside since 1834. It is a spy in the... 更多